Amaryllis Beach Hotel
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- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Our last day on Santorini and we awoke to another glorious day so it was hard to leave. After another delicious breakfast served to us by our gracious hosts we thought we'd better have one last walk to take in the views and walk off a little of our breakfast. Impossible to walk it all off. It was tortilla and some kind of pastry as well as grapes and cheese accompanied by the freshly squeezed orange juice and black brewed coffee. We had to be out of our room by ...
... sitting there having a fag while listening to your complaint.
Once at the Paros port there was also none of the remembered chaos. Our driver from hotel was waiting for us, our room was ready and the hotel was just as we had remembered, amazing. And how is this for uncanny, we are in the exact same room as last time. Perfect views of the med.
Settle in and then Greek time lunch ...
... trip to Paros was short, around 45minutes once we arrived we left the group again because we had different accomadation. We were picked up and taken along the water front around 5 minutes stroll from the centre of town and checked in. They offered us a different room for an extra 5euro a night and showed it to us before the one we had booked but after we saw our original room we kept it. Biggest one yet, balcony kitchenette bathroom. quite happy. no tv which is a shame ...
... heaven knows what it is like in peak season as this hydrofoil is pretty chockers! The hydrofoil was supposed to arrive in Santorini at 5:45pm but we got in a bit early. The arrival at Santorini was an experience ... As soon as the huge cliffs came into view, about 75% of the passengers stood up and began grabbing bags and moving to the exits. The staff were trying to tell them to sit down but there was not way that was happening. Anyway, I ...
... in there for a look. There wasn't much to see from the path, but this was the spot were most of the marble used for a ridiculous amount of famous sculptures and buildings, like the Venus de Milo and Napoleon's Tomb. It was all closed off when we were there so couldn't even go in to see some marble. Oh such a bugger. Onwards up the winding roads and we were soon in tiny Lefkes nestled in a valley in the hills. We stopped at a cool little restaurant perched on the cliff ...